“We are putting measures in place to support vulnerable children, including continued provision of free school meals.”
New powers to the Police to compel potentially infectious people to undergo COVID-19 screening and assessment are amongst a number of emergency powers included in a Coronavirus Bill introduced into the UK Parliament.
John Finnie highlighted a number of unique concerns faced by island communities
Instead of exams the SQA will put in place a certification model using coursework, teacher assessment of estimated grades and prior attainment.
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All facilities operated by Orkney Islands Council will be closed from 5pm on Friday – as will the Pickaquoy Centre.
Leisure, cultural and library facilities in Orkney will close to the public later this week as part of efforts to help prevent infection by the coronavirus.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, AIDA Cruises suspended its entire fleet’s passenger shipping operations (all liners) cancelling all voyages with pre-scheduled departures in the period March 14 through April 4, 2020.
“It is wonderful when we can live alongside the beauty of nature and enjoy its many physical and mental benefits.”
Scotland’s Citizens Assembly is looking at ways it can continue to conduct discussions and its work through digital means.
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